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Kaiser, E., & Munson B. (2008).  Social selectivity in adults' novel-sound learning. PDF icon Poster.pdf (231.1 KB)
Kaiser, E.., Munson B., Li F., Holliday J. J., Beckman M. E., Edwards J. R., et al. (2009).  Why do adults vary in how categorically they rate the accuracy of children's speech?. PDF icon Poster.pdf (411.74 KB)
Kapnoula, E., McMurray B., Kong E. Jong, Winn M., & Edwards J. (2014).  Individual differences in phoneme categorization: Dissociating gradiency from multiple cue use. 19th Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference. PDF icon Slides.pdf (2.03 MB)
Kemper, S.. W., & Munson B. (2010).  Implicit perception of speaker sex affects fricative categorization.
Kim, H. (2016).  Acquisition of the /r/-/w/ Contrast by Preschool Children. Communication Sciences and Disorders. MSc, PDF icon Kim2016MScThesis.pdf (2.54 MB)
Kong, E. Jong, Syrika A., & Edwards J. R. (2012).  Voiced stop prenasalization in two dialects of Greek. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 132(5), PDF icon Article.pdf (2.4 MB)
Kong, E. Jong (2009).  The development of phonation-type contrasts in plosives: Cross-linguistic perspectives. Department of Linguistics. Doctor of Philosophy, 196.PDF icon Dissertation.pdf (2.7 MB)
Kong, E. Jong, Yoneyama K., & Beckman M. E. (2014).  Effects of a sound change in progress on gender-marking cues in Japanese. 14th Conference on Laboratory Phonology. PDF icon Poster.pdf (805.54 KB)
Kong, E. Jong, Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. R. (2010).  Why are Korean tense stops mastered early? Evidence from production and perception. PDF icon Poster.pdf (2.07 MB)
Kong, E. Jong, & Beckman M. E. (2007).  The fine-grained phonetics and acquisition of voiced stops in Greek. PDF icon Slides.pdf (480.07 KB)
Kong, E. Jong, & Edwards J. R. (2011).  Gradient perception of laryngeal contrast of stops in English and Korean: Eye-tracking evidence. 161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. PDF icon Poster.pdf (1.31 MB)
Kong, E. Jong, Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. R. (2009).  VOT is necessary but not sufficient for describing the voicing contrast in Japanese. PDF icon Slides.pdf (975.9 KB)
Kong, E. Jong, Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. R. (2010).  Different gestures explain different acquisition patterns for Japanese and Greek voiced stops.
Kong, E., Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. (2007).  Fine-grained phonetics and acquisition of Greek voiced stops. Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. PDF icon Conference_Proceedings.pdf (306.89 KB)
Kong, E. Jong, Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. R. (2009).  Nasal venting and the early mastery of Greek voiced stops. PDF icon Slides.pdf (2.88 MB)
Kong, E. Jong, Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. (2011).  Why are Korean tense stops acquired so early: The role of acoustic properties. Journal of Phonetics. 39(2), PDF icon Article.pdf (1.45 MB)
Kong, E. Jong, & Weismer G. (2010).  Correlation of acoustic cues in stop productions of Korean and English adults and children. Journal of the Korean Society of Speech Sciences. 2(4), PDF icon Article.pdf (515.81 KB)
Kong, E. Jong, Beckman M. E., & Edwards J. (2012).  Voice onset time is necessary but not always sufficient to describe acquisition of voiced stops: The cases of Greek and Japanese. Journal of Phonetics. 40, PDF icon Article.pdf (3.64 MB)

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